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How to follow links in linux man pages?

I can read man pages online, but they are not necessarily the same that I have installed on my system (i.e. for the same tool/version, etc.).

With this, is there a way to read the man pages in my system with hyperlinks on a browser? Alternatively, are there any other man-reading tools with support for hyperlinks across commands, parameters, favorites, etc.?

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marked as duplicate by Shawn J. Goff, rozcietrzewiacz, Gilles, Michael Mrozek Oct 25 '11 at 23:08

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@Shawn Hmm, might be true... Haven't noticed it. – rozcietrzewiacz Oct 22 '11 at 18:12
@Shawn and $rozcietrzewiacz, I think you are right, sorry for not having seen that. – Amelio Vazquez-Reina Oct 22 '11 at 18:14
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There is a program called man2html that... Does what its name suggests :) It can be either found installed from a separate package or already part of your system utilities.

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